Big rings nacre oval cabochon, marcasite inclusions on silver 925. Art deco style ring.
Dimensions: Width : 3 cm - Depth : 2,5 cm - Height : XNUMX cm
Mother-of-pearl weight: 7,5 gr
Sizes ranging from 50 to 60. (Contact us for other sizes). This ring also exists in jade, smoked quartz, carnelian or amethyst and white agate on this site or on order (contact us)
Marcasite is a mineral stone, from the pyrite crystal, used to enhance another stone, especially on silver mounts. The marcasites are carved round or square and crimped to form a pavement that shines like small diamonds.
The word marcasite comes from the Greek and means "fire". It brings a shiny metallic luster quite specific.
Marcasite was very popular in the Victorian England era and is found much in the style of jewelry 20 years. It is still very much used today for the ornamentation of silver jewelry to which it brings an old but precious jewel aspect in all the cases.
La nacre is the stone of appeasement; it helps to take considered positions, to a better understanding of oneself and of others as well as to a step back on the daily newspaper. Mother-of-pearl facilitates communication and more balanced and harmonious relationships. Stone of intuition and openness: it stimulates the imagination and creativity.
"For women who like big cabochon rings. Large stone of beautiful mother-of-pearl! "
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The Ronald Pineau accessories collection is a line of belts, bracelets, ties and necklaces, all made from raw and natural leathers. The pieces are covered with studs and diamond-etched cabochons, swarovski crystal set or covered with giant double zippers.
This line is “Made in France” and inspired by the rock culture and movements of the 60s, 70s and early 80s. Ronald Pineau is also a DJ and plays English rock, indie and electro-rock, mods and post-punk.